World's first game center only for the blind in Hyderabad
December 7, 2016
The world's first games centre exclusively for the vision impaired has opened in Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh.
A team of designers and experts worked with children from schools across India to create the games.
The children spoke to the visually impaired and watched them play games before they created the games.
One of the games allows the player to pilot a flight that is about to crash. There is also a popular dance game. There are 14 games in all specially designed for the visually impaired.
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